Best Hara-Kiri Movie Quotes
Directed by: Masaki Kobayashi
Written by: Yasuhiko Takiguchi, Shinobu Hashimoto
Starring: Tatsuya Nakadai, Akira Ishihama, Shima Iwashita
Released on: August 4, 1964
Taglines: Award Winner Cannes Festival 1963
What befalls others today, may be your own fate tomorrow.
The suspicious mind conjures its own demons.
After all, this thing we call samurai honor is ultimately nothing but a facade.
Motome Chijiiwa was a man of some acquaintance to me.
Swordsmanship untested in battle is like the art of swimming mastered on land.
The greatest delicacies taste of nothing when one dines alone.
When my master's house fell we immediately left the domain and moved to Edo. The streets of Edo were crowded with ronin - flotsam from the Battle of Sekigahara. In former times, other clans would have gladly taken in any ronin who'd earned a name for himself. But in an era no longer in need of warriors or horses, so peaceful that no wind even rustled the leaves on the trees, it was a constant struggle simply to find a meal. Indeed, it shames me to recall our miserable lives of these last eight or nine years.
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